Fish On! With Denver's Mississippi River Guide Service!
Mississippi River & St. Croix River Fishing Guide Denver McKinnon. Over 38 years of experience!
Denver has been fishing the Mississippi River system for over 38 years. With a lot of experience on the river, Denver feels that guiding is the best way to pass on the Mississippi River and St. Croix river knowledge he has gained over the years.
Whether interested in bring home fish for dinner or looking for a trophy, Denver will do his best to provide you with a happy and exciting day. You can choose the target species between Walleyes, Sauger, and Crappie. The techniques you learn with Denver will help you when you are out on your own on the Mississippi River and St. Croix River. Denver guides on the Pool 2 (St. Paul), Pool 3 (Hastings), and Pool 4 (Red Wing) of the Mississipi River. He also guides on the St. Croix from Hudson all the down to Hastings. Book a trip today with Denver's guide Service, and let your Mississippi or St. Croix River fishing adventure begin!
Check out Denver's recent Mississippi River fishing reports. He adds a report almost each time he is out, so check back often to see what the fish are up to! Also, take a look at his Mississippi River trip logs to see stories from his client trips and testimonials!
"Thanks again so much for a great day fishing. My dad and I had a great time. Good luck with the softball in Mankato and drive safe." - Matt (Red Wing trip 09/23/11)
Great time of the year for cameras in the water
Yesterday, Marty and I headed out of everts resort around 930 am to do some scouting. We went a few miles south of the resort and then all the way north doing some homework with the camera. With the visibility in the water this is the best time of the year to play with it. We found walleyes and saugers in a few areas and also thousands of shad.
Most of the areas we noticed the fish hanging in ranged from 14 to 30 feet in depth. Now with that being said some places had a few fish in them and others had quite a few. We also found areas loaded with redhorse, sheepshead , and sturgeon. So if your graph is reading fish they might not be what your looking for. A coupe areas we fished that we spotted the right species they did not want our baits. It's very frustrating to see that many fish in an area and not a strike.
It was a great day in the water mr Hahn and I look forward to next time we get out there scouting. The water temperature is running right around 33 1/2 degrees and the flow is still running around 13000 cubic feet per second. That's pretty quick moving water for early February.
Good luck out there guys and gals !!!!